Empowering Your Career Journey

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For over 50 years, intoCareers has worked alongside Workforce and Labor Departments to bring the right resources and tools to adults in transition.

From connecting people directly to job search strategies, to longer term career visioning, the Career Information System (CIS 360) takes you through a process of successful career and job search planning.

Whether you are a first time job seeker or experienced professional looking to make a change, CIS 360 has the tools for you.

Plan for Every Stage of Your Career


One of the best ways to explore careers is to understand more about yourself. Use eight self-surveys to discover your interests, values, likes and dislikes. Use these tools to discover a career you will enjoy!


Explore different careers. Learn what people do, how much they earn, and how to prepare for a career. Learn about training and school options. Find scholarships and financial aid. The more you know, the better career and education decisions you will make!


Your resume and cover letter are key to a successful job search. Create professional job search materials using the easy, step-by-step resume and cover letter builders. Enhance your career knowledge through job shadowing, networking, and informational interviewing. Create a financial plan and set goals.


Explore current and local career and wage information, and search current job openings. Wages, employment outlook, and education data is updated annually by our analysts. Use accurate and reliable information to make informed decisions.

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Explore 650+ career and industry profiles that represent 95% of the US labor market, including military careers. Research the local wage and employment outlook data, search for hot jobs, and look at current job postings. Each career details the preparation you need to get there, including education and certifications.

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Most careers require some kind of education. Use our tools to research what education and training will help you reach your goals. Explore 5,000+ schools, including Career and Technical, Associates, Bachelor, and Professional. Research 650+ programs of study and where they are offered, and make a financial plan for how to get there using the 2,700+ scholarship database.